We know that last year kind of went off the rails, but it’s not too late in 2021 to plan a marketing strategy..
Have you been painfully searching for the right digital marketing agency to help you with your internet marketing efforts? Maybe you aren’t sure what to look for or what a marketing company even does.
You can’t deny that this is the age of the internet - everything needs to be digital and quickly available online. Being online and having a good website is the key to running a successful business.
Did you know that nearly three-quarters of Americans use social media? How much of your business strategy is focused on social?
It’s not hard to believe that the number of people who go online every day is still increasing. The internet is so accessible, and your website and services should be accessible too if you want to be successful these days.
You’ve heard the term SEO thrown around, but maybe you’re not exactly sure what it means or why you need it.
In the digital age, having an online presence is more important than ever. Second to that is having content - quality content, regularly uploaded.
When it comes to marketing for your business, be honest. Do you honestly have the time and the freedom to develop a fantastic marketing strategy, write copy, design/find images, closely watch how ads are performing, and more?
Many business owners, including law firms, overlook search engine optimization (SEO) because they see it as a mystery, something they won’t use because they don’t understand it.
As more and more businesses are forced to rearrange their business strategies to accommodate the restrictions that COVID-19 is placing on us, having a strong online presence is more important than ever.
The Coronavirus pandemic went global in early 2020 and the virus COVID-19 is still making waves. Many states in the U.S. may have reopened, ending a stay-at-home order, but just because a stay-at-home order is no longer effective does not mean the virus is no longer around.
The year of 2020 has seen many hardships, but the event to leave its mark will always be COVID-19. Having affected the economy and every industry, the Coronavirus pandemic has left many businesses bankrupt or shut down.